Published: Sunday, April 1, 2018
Malosa Medical has announced the release of its Intravitreal Injection Guide, which helps facilitate injections and reduce discomfort.
Designed by UK-based ophthalmologist Salman Waqar MBBS, FRCOphth, the Guide removes the need for both the drape and speculum as well as standardising the procedure, said a company spokesman.
Mr Waqar designed the device in collaboration with the Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation and Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trusts under the South West Peninsula NHS Innovation Pathway. He said: “This innovation... is a new and unique design for delivering comfortable, safe and efficient eye injections.”
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